Dr. Jason M. Knight, Medical Director, Pediatric Critical Care
Dr. Jason Knight is board certified in pediatrics and pediatric critical care. Dr. Knight serves as medical director of the PICU, medical director of telehealth, and division chief of CHOC Specialists Critical Care. Dr. Knight is also an assistant clinical professor at UC Irvine.
Dr. Knight received his medical degree from Eastern Virginia Medical School in Norfolk, Virginia. Dr. Knight completed his residency training, including a year as chief resident, at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. His fellowship training in critical care medicine was completed at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center and CHOC Hospital, Orange, California.
Dr. Knight has special interest in congenital heart disease, ARDS, pediatric transport and telemedicine.
Congenital heart disease, ARDS, pediatric transport and telemedicine
CHOC Specialist, Critical Care
1201 W. La Veta Avenue
Orange, CA 92868
CHOC at Mission Hospital
27700 Medical Center Rd
Mission Viejo, CA 92691
Hoag Memorial Presbyterian Hospital
1 Hoag Dr
Newport Beach, CA 92663
- Medical Director, Critical Care
- Medical Director, Telemedicine
- Office: 714-509-8620
- Specialty: Critical Care
- Board Certified: Pediatrics, Pediatric Critical Care Medicine
- On Staff at: CHOC Children's Hospital and CHOC Children's at Mission Hospital
More About Dr. Knight
Medical Director, Emergency Transport Services, CHOC Children's
Critical Care, CHOC Specialists
Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, Virginia
Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, Torrance, California
Harbor-UCLA Medical Center and Children’s Hospital of Orange County, California
OCMA, Multiple years
Society of Critical Care Medicine
Remote Presence Expands into the Transport Arena
CHOC Emergency Transport Services: The Past, the Present and the Future
Recognizing the Well-Appearing Critical Child
In this video, Dr. Jason Knight, a critical care specialist and medical director of CHOC’s Emergency Transport Services, discusses how CHOC physicians and the transport team use telemedicine to improve care of children.
Telemedicine, also sometimes called telehealth, is the delivery of health care services using telecommunications or electronic technology. Learn more in this health feature.